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🇭🇷 Albina releases new single “La La Love”

Albina is back with a summer bop for your playlists!

Two months after her appearance at the Eurovision Song Contest, Albina is back with a brand new single! “La La Love” is the perfect summer bop for your holiday playlist, and is the latest song of this title to be added to the Eurovision Cinematic Universe. The official music video is due to premiere later today.

Like “Tick-Tock:”, “La La Love” is a bilingual uptempo bop, this time featuring verses in Spanish alongside English. The song was co-written by Albina alongside Max Cinnamon, who also co-wrote her Dora and Eurovision entry.

You can watch the music video below:

New Music Friday

If you use Spotify, you can find the track alongside the latest releases from other Eurovision and national final alum via our New Music Friday playlist:

About Albina

22-year-old Albina Grčić was born in Split, Croatia. She rose to fame back in 2020 when she placed third in season three of The Voice Hrvatska. Shortly after, she signed a record deal with Universal Music Croatia and released her debut single “Imuna na strah”.

Earlier this year, she was announced as one of the 14 finalists of Dora 2021 with the song “Tick-Tock”. Albina won the selection after placing first in both the jury vote and the televote. In Rotterdam, however, Albina narrowly missed out on a place in the Grand Final, placing in 11th in semi-final one with 105 points, just 5 points behind Norway’s TIX in 10th.

You can watch our interview with Albina below:

What do you think of Albina’s new single? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to follow us on Spotify and YouTube to see our reactions to the news in the run up to the 2022 national final season!

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